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What does The failure of animal studies to produce results for anxiety sufferers was a misperception of what was being asked of the animal studies in the first place.
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We confused mice that were more willing to hop down off a platform with mice that were less fearful. But those are two different things. He said he thinks drugs that make mice less timid might make a person less timid too, but they do nothing for that person’s conscious experience of fear. So a person with social anxiety might find it easier to go to the party, but still feel anxious while she’s there.

--->So I was wondering that the failure of animal studies is not a failure but just our misunderstanding/confusion in what these animal studies actually mean? Did I get it right?
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